bollywood did not give proper respect to my father says irrfan son babil: Irrfan’s son Babil, one of the best actors in Bollywood, is constantly posting about his father. Recently he has posted another post in which he has written that his father has not been judged.
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If you count some of the best actors in Bollywood, Irfan will probably be at the top. Irfan’s departure is still a pain for the fans and his son Babil is putting up some great posts for his father. Babil has expressed his displeasure in his recent post that Bollywood has not given due respect to his father. Irfan’s son Babil has shared a long post.
Babil wrote in his post, ‘You know what is the most important thing my father taught me as a student of cinema? Before I went to film school, he had told me that I had to make a place in Bollywood on my own. At the same time, I want to tell you this also happened. There was no respect for Bollywood, from the 60s to the 90s, nor was the value of their understanding. In world cinema, there is only one lecture about Indian cinema called ‘Bollywood and Beyond’ and in that people only make fun. It was also difficult for me to talk about Indian cinema because the real films Satyajit Ray and K.K. Asif had created. Do you know why this happened? Because as an Indian audience, we have refused to grow. ‘
Talking about his dead father, Babil wrote, ‘My father tried his best to elevate the acting even in adverse conditions throughout his journey, but at the box office he lost to some of the six-packaged hanks who used to give their films I speak a line of dialogue and defy the laws of science (and you should understand that failing at the box office means that most of the people who make money in Bollywood will go to the successful people, we were stuck in this vicious circle .) Because as a viewer we wanted to see all this and we continued to enjoy it. We need entertainment in which we kept our thinking so that our forgetting about the truth does not get scattered. Therefore, there was no change in our thinking also. Cinema’s abilities to do everything better for humanity were sidelined. ‘
Further Babil writes, ‘Now a change is coming, there is a new fragrance in the spirits. A youth is looking for a new place. We should stand up for this and try to save this effort from pressure. I felt strange when Kalki was trolled for looking like a boy when he cut his hair short. This is to completely suppress one’s abilities. Now people have made Sushant’s death a political issue, but if we want some positive change, this is the time to adopt it.